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rro Tin i K 1 1 TI-t Tpts ph . : - THE WEATHER. V Indiana Fair tonight, proba bly Thursday, slowly rising tem perature Thursday. : Donald Donaldson, Jr., by How- ard. Fielding, Page Seven. Don't Fail to Eead.it. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1878. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. -Li. J. Hanly is on tbe F liilii PAUL, Nominated irst Ballot v THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION MAKES NOMINATIONS TODAY. HUGH T. MILLER Nominated for Lieutenant Governor on Third Ballot-Self Nominated For Supreme Court Reporter. THE TICKET Nominated at the Republican Conven tion Today. - Governor. J. Frank Hanly. Lieut. Governor. Hugh T. Miller. Reporter Supreme Court. Geo. W. Self. tt'V The Republican convention con vened in Tomlinson hall this morning, At the opening hour the hall was fill ed. The greatest interest in the pro ceedings was manifestly visible. The closing day of the convention was ushered in with much anxiety. The booths of the different candidates for governor were filled with friends of.Rathbone for investigation of his 1 , : -P I i j; P , ; anxious for the the candidates, an outcome. Indianapolis, April 27. The Re- I publican platform endorsed the Roosevelt structed it nominatio: administration and in- delegates to vote for Ms Cannon ruled that the Cockran reso Tt innvovps the Cuban lution for the investigation of the reciprocity treaty and the administra tion's course in Panama. II declares the American governemnt in the Phil ippines a success. Senators Fair banks and Beveridge wore heartily endorsed. Indianapolis, Ind., April 27. J. Frank Hanly was nominated for governor on the first ballot. The present incumbents of state of fices except the governor, were re nominated by acclamation. The following candidates for two year offices who have no opposition, were nominated by acclamation: Secretary of State Daniel E. Storms. Treasurer of State Nat U. Hill. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion Fassett A. Cotton. Jude of the Sumeme Court for,1"' - . Second Judicial District Oscar n Montgomery. ! Judge Supreme Court, Third Ju- Vdicial District Judge J. V. Hartley. Auditor ot State uavia n. oner rick. Attorney General Chas. W. Mil ler. A movement Avas made to have Watson nominated for Governor, but Mr. Watson positively declined any such honor, as it would be treachery to his friends. On the first ballot Mr. Hanly lack ed forty-five votes, but before the re sult was announced different" chair men gave him enough votes to nomi nate him on first ballot. Warren Sayre made a motion which was seconded by the other two candi dates that the nomination be made unanimous. Happy speeches were made by those who seconded the nom ination. Lieutenant Goyernor. y First Ballot -Miller 529, Newby 402, Ball 400. 4 Miller was nominated on the third I r Reporter Sutireme Court. First Ballot-Geo. W. Self, of Cory don. rW-u Corwin 291V, Nash 346t2 Smith 310 V2. Self was nominated on the second ballot. Ball would have been nomi nated but for the fact that Madison county went for Hanly. THEATRES. "A King's Daughter" will be well put on at St. Mary's hall tomor row night and will be one of the best amateur performances put on for .some time, ii p The refined minstrels at the. Phil lips last night was well attended and ji nice program was well rendered. FRED A. SIMS. Secretary Republican State Commute What is Doing in the Senate and House. (By Associated Press.) Washington, April 27. In the sen ate Piatt of Connecticut presented the request of the committee on Cuba be discharged from further considera tion, the petition of Major E. G. conduct as office director of posts in ! Cuba. Said . -. committee nas ctouDiea. jurisdiction and its power to grant fnl laf Tlia noiifirin uroc rof oivtrt tf ' a; Washington, April 27. Speaker Dalzell charge that Cockran had cam- paigned tor MeKmley Tor hire in for hire 1896, was not privileged matter. Wil liams (Miss) appealed. Payne moved to lay the appeal on the table. Yeas and nays were ordered. The speak er sustained by 169 to 125. Washington, April 27. House adopted the conference report on the postoffice appropriation bill. Thee now remains only one supply bill. The military academy bill will be disposed j of.. ro agreement is expected on riv- J er and harbor bill. Congress hopes to adjourn sine die tomorrow. M. E. CONFERENCE. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 27. Nine hun dred persons, delegates and friends (bound for Los Angeles to the Gen tieit nere touav m ma ,uumi trams. GRANT'S BIRTHDAY. (Txr AccnfMflfpd Prpss. th m 07 rru Galena, 111., April 27.-The twelfth annual celebration ot ixenerai u Grant's birthday was new nere toaay. Bishop Samuel Fallows made the principal address, uenerai rrea u Grant and wife were present. Gen eral Grant presented to the City of Galena, the residence given to Gen. U. S. Grant by his admirers in August 1S65. INGALLS AT HOME. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 27. M. E. Ingalls president of the Big Four Railroad arrived today from Liverpool. CHESTER. Th Home and Foreign . Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. M Kendall !ast Wednesday afternoon. A very interesting program was carried out. The Home Mission's report was that there had been one comfort fin ished and presented to the Home, am"1 carpet rags cut and taken to -.howeav-ers the proceeds of which will be used for missionary purposes. The society has , China" as the topic f study for this year. The subject for the day was "The Religion of China" A paper was read on "How Women are Handicapped in China." The meting adjourne'd to meet at the home of Mrs. Clara Kendall on the 18th of May. The Sunday school convention was well attended last Sunday, and was of much interest. The address b Prof. Hodgin and the Rev. Shirey, a well as 'other talks i were much , ap BE preciated. THE RElD mOBUL CHURCH THE Bins OPENF.D YF.'iI.3DA AND CONSIDERED LOUCK& HILL THIS CITY The Lowest Bidders and Will Likely . Get the Contract Architect Complimented. The bids for the erection of the Reid Menu rial church have all been received and while the contract has , not been let the re is no doubt but that it will be this week. The bid ding was close with the Indiana eon tractors, hut the eastern contractors were high. The highest bid was al most $40,000 i.'er than the lowest, The lowest bidder was Louek & Hill of this city, their bid, being only a few hundred dollars lower than the firm of Morrow V: Morrow of Mum-ie. , 1 lnd. 1 lie 'next highest hid being W. i?', S; 511 well of Laf ay-it e. Ind. Bids received were by the follow ing firms and W the following order: Louek & Hill, Richmond, Ind. Morrow & Morrow, Muncie, Ind. W. F. StUlwell, Lafayette, Ind. E. M. Camplicid, Richmond, Ind. .F. C. Smock, Indianapolis, Ind. J. C. Picrson & Son, Indianapolis. Tml. Thomas Harri.-on & Co., Irvinglon lnd. Thomas Riley. Pittsburg. Pa. In addition to these fifty sub con tractors were bidding and in most in stances Indian?, bidders were the low- cst The net cost of the entire btruc. lure Avill not ewel the appropvia- ticn $100,000, but will reach that i sum when all nnisbin- tnuohm lmv 1 bten made. The bidders complimented the ar chitect and committee on the draw country liguriiw'. The bidders complimented the or chestra and committee on ihe draw- mgs and sneciheatioiw and the man- nfr in vvll;,ih fho iellio. was (lone antj remarked that ihe building will be a beauty and most substantial structure Louek & Hill are noted for th i "Hustling" qualities and say that lthey wil commence work as commiUee s soon as The ardlitectg are Badj?lcy aml NiokIagf af Cleveland, O. The 00mmittee are Frank H. Glass, chairman; Richard Sedg wick, Rev. S R. Lyons, D. D., Sharon E. Jones, secretary. The architect, Mr. Badlej', and his wife, have been here since Monday morning, 1 ut leave for Cleveland to night. V Suffering From Typhoid Fever De- , , clarea Insane. Eaton. O.. April 27. Postmaster J. W. Ammeman, who has typhoid fe- ver, was declared on Monday to be insane. VETERAN RAILROADER DEAD. Ed S. Gardner, a veteran railroad conductor on the Panhandle, running between Chicago I and Logan sport, died , at his home in Logansport yes terday. He was well known to local railroaders. PIONEER DIES. Mrs. Catherine Sayler, of Gratis,one of the oldest residents of Preble coun ty, died at her home aged 00 years. She was born in Pennsylvania in 1814. She was buried last Saturday. EATON POTMAT'R Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hale returned yesterday - evening h from; Cincinnati and other points. ' ; . !, NATIONAL POLO LEAGUE STARTED PRESIDENT GRILLO GIVES HIS VIEWS ON THE SITUATION THE WESTERN LEAGUE Mr Will be No More, He Says Big Lea gue to Gobble Principal Players. J. Ed Grillo, of Cincinnati, presi dent of the American Association of Baseball clubs, in Indianapolis yes terday; said to a reporter that a meet ing of the promoters of the National Roller j Polo league, r to comprise th large cities of the part of the co jv try would be held within 30 daj when action on franchises would be taken and the league placed on a ba sis that would insure nlav bv next Novemher. Mr Oriiin ,1 iwni'A Popular Pianiste Tanght by Miss cities of JOOjOOO or more populat would be considered. He says Cin cinnati will have a team, backed by Garry Hermann, president of the Cin-,has cinnati baseball club. In speaking of salaries, Mr. Grillo said: 'The Western and Central stars will be in the National League next year. Not that we will pay higher salaries, because it is probable that a salary limit W'ill be agreed upon be fore the opening of the season. You may take ?t from me that the big league wil not let the two Indiana lea gues overbid them in its fight for players. Neither will the two leagues named be allowed to dictate. We will enter the game upon a percentage ba sis and every club will then have the rame enauce. ine promoters ot the 1 mi Naiional 1:ave been interested in baseba11 to lon- to do anything that Ml 1 L J 1 - II wm nmt ine Same- mm of Of the Indiana State Teachers' Asso ciation. There will be a meeting of the his tory section of the Indiana State , Teachers' .Association at the Hotel Claypool, Indianapolis, April 29 and 30. All teachers of history in the state are cordially invited to be present at this meeting. The officers of the as sociation are: President-Samuel B. Harding. Bloomington. Vice President Walter S. Davis, Richmond. Secretary-Treasurer Miss Joseph ine M. Cox, Indianapolis. Following is the program for. the two days: Friday, April 29. ine oomnern Apology tor bece- ssion, ou-Sbi Prof James A. wji ti : Ine correlation of History and Geography in the Grades and ; High School buperintendent C. N. Ken dall, Indianapolis. The Work of the Indiana Historical Society Secretary J. P. Dunn, Indi- anapolis. Brief Tributes. Mommsen Prof. Harlow Lindley, Richmond. Leeky Prof. C. B. Coleman, Indi anapolis. Von Hoist Mr. Walter S. Davis, Richmond. Saturday, April 30. Civil Government in the High School Miss Laura Donnan, Indi anapolis. . ....... Discussion Mr. F. M. Bacon, Indi anapolis. Report of the Committee' of the State .Course df Study -in History fori the' Grades Prof. Cyru Wl 'Hodgin, HISTORY SECTION I '-:' v. IS" .4 JAMES P. GOODRICH. Chairman Republican State Committee) Richmond. Question-box: Text-books, Methods, Etc. Election of Officers and Routine Business. " EONIGE TRACY Laura Gaston. The Muncie Star of recent issue the following to say about M'-sp Eunice Tracy, New Castle's popular and accomplished piano player: "Miss Eunice Tracy, of New Cas- tl, who was the pianiste a t the Paris musicale, last Sunday, received her early musical training of Miss Laur.i Gasto--Riehmtd. She then par sued her studies with Sig. Albinc Gcrno, of the Cincinnati College cf music, and later with that brilliant master of technique, Brahm Van Den Berg, of the same college. She is now a member of the Mendelssohn Trio, which this year has appeared in many Indiana cities with great success. Her playing is brilliant in the extreme, and still the has a wealth of tempera ment that makes it a positive pleas ure to listen to her. Her interpreta tion of the masters is both sane and sensible, and altogether she is highly gifted musically, tempermentally ai.d intellectually." nm co. boy Secured Valuable Concessions at the World's Pair Family Visit ing Here. Mrs. Harry L. Wilson and daugh ter, Beatrice, arrived in the city last evening on a visit of a week or two with C. M. Wilson and wife. Mr. j serving of season and single tickets Wilson, who is an old Wayne county ( to any one or all of the three con boy and family route inspector of the certs. I Pstoffice department, but now con nected with the quartermaster's de quartermast partment, is on a six months' leave of absence from his official duties and has secured a valuable concession at the world's fair. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Beatrice, after their brief visit with C. M. and J. W. Wilson, will re turn to St. Louis to remain during the world's fair season. JUDGE PRITOHARD NAMED. (By Associated Press.) .. ; . Washington, April 27. The Presi dent today nominated Justice, Peter C. Pritchard, of the supreme" court of the district of Columbia, to be United States circuit judge fourth circuit to succeed the late Chas. II. Simonton. The circuit in cludes Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. Pritchard was formerly United States senator from North Carolina. J. CAMPBELL MORGAN. Rev. Broughman of the U. B. church went to Dayton, Ohio, this morning to attend the meeting to be held there by J. Campbell Morgan of London, England, in conjunction with the Union Biblican Seminary .. com mencement. " The meetings are held in St. John's Lutheran ehurch, eaa.t third street. Mr. Morgan will deliver the baccalaurentp nddrp in ih . ,i - vwj w ICIVft uatmg class, it being the thirty-see- . i . . . .. unu i-oiuemiicsmenr, victoria thea tre Sunday at 10 :30. STEAMSHIP ASHORE. " "J : ? (By Associated Press.) Atlantis City, April 27. The South Brigantina Life Saving tation report a steam ship ashore three miles of? that station, driven ashore by las night's storm. . . HIGH WATER. (By Associated Press.) St. Louis April 27. The river is 37.2 and rising. Thirty-five feet is ex pected tomorrow. The people are abandoning their homes in West Madison. There is a slight break in the levee on the Illinois side. At Braddock, Pa., and Several Per sons Fatally Injured. Pittsbu.g, Pa., April 27.-A Bal timore & Ohio engine explore 1 this morning at Bradoek, Pa. M. A Hun ter, Connelsville, Engineer II J. Coon Fireman, Connelsville, and Fred Dea gle were fatally injured. Harry Downing, Wairen Dowling ard Gee Burdock were periously ht rt. The en gine was drawing a Jong freight train. Two houses were set on fire and de stroyed. FESTIVAL ii Season Ticket Reserves Began This .Morning. The sale of season . tickets began this morning at the Coliseum. The sjstem adopted by the committee is a good one and worked splendidly. A large number were reserved. The management is much gratified at the advance sale of seats and feels that its efforts in bringing to the peo ple of Richmond this series of high class entertainments is being fully appreciated. Although a large part of the plat has been reserved yet there still remains a large number of very desirable seats. The management con siders itself fortunate in having such a splendid auditorium in which to present this splendid attraction. As those who have attended polo well know there is not much choiee of seats in the Coliseum and the ac coustic properties of. the building are excellent. The plat will remain open all day tomorrow for the holders of season tickets and on Friday and each day thereafter until the end of the festival the box office will be ooen at the Coliseum for the sale and re- FEDERAL BUILDING Contract WiU Go to the Finn. Portland The contract, for the federal build ing in this city will not be let until after Congressman Watson returns to Washington! There was some talk about the Portland firm, who were the. lowest bidders, not having backing. This is erroneous, for the Palladium is informed they can get all the finan cial backing needed. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Golden. The funeral of Patrick Golden will take place Friday morn ing at 9 o'clock from St. Mary's church. A solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment at St. Mary's cemetery. Yingling. The funeral of Ida Yingling will take place Thursday aft ernoon at 2 o'clock from her home, 535 north seventeenth street, Rev. Shirey officiating, and the interment will be in Earlham. . : J (By Associated Press.) ? 4 Port At hur. April, 27. The situa ? tiow; here is unchanged." t. ENGINE EXPLODED MUSICAL 15 i